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Phantom Geometry Thesis

Students: Liz von Hasseln, Kyle von Hasseln
Studio Title: Graduate Thesis Summer 2012
Instructor: Peter Testa & Devyn Weiser


This work is centered on the development of a system for generating material volume from streaming information. The system uses UV light from a modified DLP projector to continuously and selectively cure photo initiated resin within a shallow vat system we developed for the project. The cured part is simultaneously and continually pulled away from the vat, allowing un-cured resin to flood in beneath it to be subsequently cured.
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Phantom Geometry

Students: Liz von Hasseln, Kyle von Hasseln
Studio Title: Testa ESTm Vertical Spring 2012 ‘Real-Time’
Instructor: Peter Testa
Research Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto, AT: Curime Batliner

Our project is about the visualization of the body.

In the New Representation in Scientific Practice Bruno Latour states:
“The information for the perception of an object is not its image. The information to specify something does not have to resemble it…Scientific imagery is never mimetic. If it was, there would be no gain of information between one step and the next.”

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Dynamic Environment

Students: Kyle von Hasseln, Liz von Hasseln, Tiffany Shaw-Collinge, Maysam Ghaffari
Studio Title: Testa ESTm Vertical Fall 2011 ‘Real-Time’
Instructor: Peter Testa
Research Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto, AT: Curime Batliner

This project centers on the development of a dynamic real-time environment within the Robot House, wherein robots respond conditionally to a material being manipulated within their work-sphere. This system deploys custom processing and python scripts to transmit real-time depth data into a concurrent Maya virtual environment. In Maya, we exploit the native dynamic and conditional systematics of the program to determine the parameters by

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SCI-Arc's ESTm Master program is a rigorous, experimental post-professional degree platform focused on data-based and physical investigations into the rapidly evolving fields of digital design, innovative fabrication methodologies and new building systems.


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